South Dakota Recent Unemployment Legislation
South Dakota SB 86 was enacted. It
decreases the maximum investment fee rate assigned to experience rated employers from
0.55% to 0.53%. The 2011 tax rate notices
were issued March 17, 2011.
South Dakota SB 125 was enacted. It
changes the computation date for annual rate calculations from December 31st of
the previous year to June 30th of the previous year. As
a result, employers will receive future rate notices before the calendar year starts,
rather than after it starts as is now the case. The
state anticipates the rate notices for 2012 to be issued no later than November 2011.
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